It is worth noting that the maximum number of beds that can be deployed is 52,000. To date, the country has introduced over 44,000 beds for patients with Covid-19.
The occupancy rate of hospitals dedicated to treating coronavirus-infected patients is 63.2%. The worst situation with the hospital's workload is observed in Poltava region - 93.8%, in Zhytomyr region - 81.3%, and in Rivne region - 79.1%. In Kyiv, 62.7% of beds for coronavirus treatment are currently occupied.
Less than 50% of hospital beds are occupied in only three regions - Kherson (24.5%), Cherkasy (45.1%), and Kirovohrad (41.7%).
As we reported earlier, Denys Shmygal, Ukraine's Prime Minister, stated there could be 15,000 Covid-sick people registered in the country every day by the end of November.
"By the end of the month, we can get 15,000 [sick people] per day. It is not a secret; there are, let's say, today's figures, and usual math proves that we are going to get these figures soon. By the end of the year, this figure could grow to 20,000 people a day. Our healthcare system is getting ready for such things, we are going to endure this," he said.